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Adding Network Locations Through Logon Script

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    I need to eliminate having mapped network drives on my network and replace them with network locations utilizing the UNC path. I found how to do this in Windows 7 by going into computer from the start menu and going into the add network location wizard from the properties of computer in the left pane. I have close to 100 clients/pcs with multiple users accessing them, so I would like to edit my logon script that is deployed through group policy but I have not been able to figure out the appropriate command/syntax to accomplish this. Does anyone know how to accomplish this task? Thank you for any assistance you can offer.

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